Facilitators and coaches all value the 'aha' moment in our work. A new idea, a sudden understanding that solves or reframes a complicated situation. One of the big attractions of insight is because we know that people really remember the ideas achieved through insight. This is highly significant in in individual and group learning. It would be great if we could create insight on demand!
“Over the last decade researchers have begun to understand more about what happens in the brain at the moment of insight. This gives some clues as to the conditions that make it more likely for people to generate their own insights. Intrigued by this I began to wonder if we could adapt our techniques to maximise the possibility of insight.
In this session I propose to examine the implications of the neuroscience of insight and apply this to dilemmas that we face. I believe that by the use of several simple action techniques to support the insight conditions, we can at least generate a new perspective and, perhaps, even generate insight. You will also get a chance to practice in small groups”.
Rollo Browne is Director of BrowneWright Consulting and uses action methods extensively in his work as coach, facilitator and organisational development - www.brownewright.com.au. He is a Sociodramatist, and Director of Training at Psychodrama NSW, - www.anzpasydney.org. Rollo loves supervising difficult group situations, and teaches groupwork and the use of Morenian action methods (sociometry, sociodrama, psychodrama and role training). The key to his work is to assist people and groups to access their own vitality and apply it to situations they face. Rollo can be contacted via his web site or on 0417682085.
Venue: [Our usual venue]
University of Technology Sydney (UTS), Jones Street, Ultimo corner Thomas Street.
Room 5.580 Level 5, Building 10, Take the lift to level 5, cross the atrium footbridge, walk straight ahead to room 580.
Social: For those willing to continue the networking and conversation afterwards we recommend the nearby, very economical Pho Mumum Vietnamese Restaurant, No 16 Broadway, Chippendale (Opposite UTS Big Ugly Tower)
From 5:30pm to 7:30pm sharp | No RSVP - Just turn up
Enquiries | Greg Jenkins firstname.lastname@example.org | 0418 486 501